Macrowikinomics at Work
Praise for Macrowikinomics
Aron Cramer President and CEO, Business for Social Responsibility
Don Tapscott’s February keynote at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) on how new global non-state networks are offering powerful new solutions for cooperation, problem solving and governance. Watch … Read more
From our inability to come to agreements on everything from climate change, fighting poverty, Palestinian statehood or how to govern the global financial system, many people are questioning why existing approaches have proven so inadequate … Read more
We are reaching a point in history where we are seeing alternatives to the idea of nation-states as governing bodies and cooperation on a global level. According to thought leader Don Tapscott in his recent speech … Read more
The Senate of Trent University is pleased to announce its decision to approve the appointment of Mr. Don Tapscott to be installed as Trent University’s eleventh chancellor at Convocation ceremonies to be held Friday, June … Read more
This is an age of openness and transparency. Hierarchies and tyrants are so 20th century. So why is it that the most successful corporation on the planet in this new millennium has been a secretive … Read more
Don Tapscott shares some initial conclusions from a multi-million dollar study he is leading about how new patterns of connection can fulfill their enormous potential in fixing a broken world. Read the full description on … Read more
The Globe and Mail features high-profile Canadians commenting on the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s Top 10 reasons Canadian competitiveness is dropping. Read Don Tapscott’s feature in The Globe and Mail.
Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams launch a new short ebook with TED Books, Radical Openness: Four Unexpected Principles for Success. Tapscott and Williams show how transparency, collaboration and openness are part of a revolutionary new … Read more
If there is one issue that is buzzing through Davos like a prairie fire among thoughtful people, it’s that the time has finally come to reinvent higher learning. Read the full article.